Sahuace means in Quechua wellspring and fertile land. Is considered to be founded by Inca Mayta Capac (Qhapaq) for the Inca Empire. These days has a quiet countryside and is famous for a colonial watermill. The name misspelled, although legal, is Sabandía. It belongs to Arequipa City.

Usually I’d publish it in a weekly long post but I just walked around there barely a bit so there aren’t many photographs. Hope you find something of your pleasure ;-)

Walking in royal blue

tenuous reflection in tree tears

Mars’ countryside

Imagine a shadowless world

And that was all. The peculiar sunset vanished, artificial lights turned on in the mostly empty countryside. Time to go to home.

In flames


9 thoughts on “Sahuace

    1. Merci Mélanie ^_^, I’m flattered for your visit and your beautiful words :-)

      Is strange, some years before I wanted to know ladies from Ukraine, Norway, Italia or Romania for their exotic beauty. I’m happy that the Romanian lady is a wonderful humanist with the sun in her smile, thanks ;-)

      I knew about Quechua brand searching for backpacks, but in Peru is better to be discrete so I just use a ragged backpack, and from Quechua I’ve just a few words like “sonqqo” that means “<3"

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